Market Time

We are here, posting from half way along the south coast in Turkey.


This week we had the strangest milestone in our house. Not only did the youngest member of our family turn thirteen, she had a hair cut. Sol has the longest hair. Lately it’s been getting straggly looking and despite being trimmed regularly I could never get it to look good for her, it looked kind …

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Bat Man Was In Town

This is a lengthy post, I am sorry. Please read the whole way through, I know it is wordy and picture heavy but I have some fantastic info about a bat walk we were on. Maybe you think it’s boring, but I enjoyed it and it is exciting to be part of a potential new …

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Exciting Times Lie Ahead

This week has been both eventful and uneventful at the same time. I am pretty much taking it easy, just as easy as one can when they have a family. I have done no baking, but I am ready to get back in the kitchen very soon. We have attended a couple of appointments and …

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Monster Crusty Bread

We are going to the village picnic tomorrow and of course picnics mean sandwiches. I’ve made this bread several time this week, I thought I ought to share it as I have baked another loaf for tomorrow’s picnic lunch. It’s a monster loaf, suitable for the hungriest of families. Ingredients 600g strong white flour 1 …

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Another WPC Lines

The second I’ve done this week, but as I was scrolling through some old photos I found some ore that I felt fitted the WordPress photo theme of Lines. WPC Lines Needs no expiation, but a merry-go-round. Iglesias De Sant Roma, Lloret, Spain I see lots of lines in my crocheting. These are the organ …

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Our Wee Village

In Northern Ireland we have a special little language. A lot of our words are derived from Ulster Scots language, and some areas it is used more than others. It’s funny because I lived in Scotland for a few years as a child, and now I currently live in Northern Ireland, I think I’m a …

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